The former city administrator, who is facing corruption charges, will receive a pension of nearly $1 million a year from a plan he designed for himself and the workers. The plan circumvents retirement limits set by California.
Then-City Administrator Robert Rizzo designed a supplemental pension plan for himself and 40 other Bell city officials that will provide them far larger taxpayer-financed retirement packages than previously estimated, according to interviews and documents reviewed by The Times.
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